Two Boston rhymesayers brought together by their mutual love of hip-hop and their Islamic faith, Blak Madeen‘s Al-J and Yusuf introduce themselves to our pages with a world premiere off their forthcoming, DJBooth-sponsored street album. On Bismillah, the Leedz Edutainment signees trade positive-minded, spiritually-inclined bars with Krumbsnatcha over a beat by Teddy Roxpin. Watch for Divine Power Culture to hit our mixtape page on February 26.
Written by richard on 02/8/12
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"Actual Facts" (2012)
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